Thankful Even Amongst Chaos

Nov 09, 2020

Does anyone else feel that we have been in 2020 entirely too long? When will it end? Will 2021 be any better? Amongst all the chaos of 2020, there are so many reasons to be thankful this November.

Veteran’s Day is upon us and I am so thankful for the veterans who have served our country.  Although you don’t have to wait for a national holiday to show your gratitude, Veteran’s Day is an appropriate time to show your appreciation to Veteran friends and family. Attend a Veteran’s Day program, shake a veteran’s hand, or simply just thank them in person or by a phone call for the sacrifice those men and women made to serve our country.

The COVID-19 global pandemic is unlike anything we have experienced before.  There have been so many unknowns with this virus, and yet I am still thankful.  Thankful for modern medicine and committed doctors. Thankful for dedicated nurses and researchers.  Thankful for small business owners and big business owners who have adopted new practices to keep their customers and employees safe.  Thankful for teachers for still educating our youth in person and online. Thankful for parents and grandparents who have shuffled their schedules around to help each other the best ways they could.  Through the ups and the downs that this virus has caused, the reasons to be thankful are endless.

Full Circle Ag is thankful for our member owners during 2020, and every year.  We are committed to serve you at the highest possible level during every season.  So, as you sit down for Thanksgiving dinner, please remember that even amongst chaos, there is always a reason to be thankful.

Hope Christenson

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